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TTTE SCTtANTON TRTBUXE-THURSDAY MOBNING. MARCH 1. 1894.
STELLE &SEELEY PS FRQ1 WEST SIDE
MR. J. L. STELLE will continua
tha business under the tirm uuuie of
btelle & Seeley.
THF. KVKR POPlTLATt
WEBER and SHAW PIANOS
IN UltlCAT VARIETY, ALSO
PIANOS AND ORGANS
Popular, reliable and witbiti your reach.
HALLET & DAVIS
Have taken over 100 first premiums hi
the past titty years.
Ot:ior maks of Plan-vi. Four males of
Organs In beaOtlful uew deniiiifc See our
ftock beiore buying. Wo have the goods.
Uur prices are nkjut- lively Ihuitf m lbs
STELLE k SEELEY
IS4 Wyoming Ave., Scranton. Pi
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS !
THE GENUINE POPULAR
HAVE THE INIT1US
G.. E3. & Co ,
ImprinlH on E ioh Cipr
Garney, Brown & Co. Mfr's.
i in 1 Hul '.' 'K-
DR. H. 3. WARE!
EYE. EAR, NObE A.NU TI1BOAT.
OFFICE HOURS : iSPTWl!k
35 WYOMING AVE
R. Mr Bailey, of Wiiliatnsuort, is at the
Martin Haloney, of Philadelphia, was in
the city yesterday.
P. M. Whitesell and ti. VY. Taylor, of
Bethlehem, arc at the Westminster.
Miss Teresa Carey, of North Main ave
nu, has returned from a visit with
frieuds in Eltnira and Uinchamtou.
Walter A. Wood, of Honesdale, clinit
muu of the Wayne county Kepnbltoan
committee, was in the city yesterday.
H. G. Spaulding, route agent of the Le
high Valley division of the United States
Eipress cinipauy, Is at the Westminster.
Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Casey have returned
from their wedding tour to Florida, atid
are stopping temporarily at the Wyoming,
George W. Eugle, who has been absent
from this city for seventeen years retained
Tuesday, and is stopping at the home of
hig aunt, Mrs. J. (.'. Kibble. 487 Penu ave
nue. Sir. and Mrs. Sidney Broadbent and
Victoria Broad bent suii from New York this
afternoou for New Orleans. From that
place they will take :he Southern Pacitk
railroad to California,
Attorney R. J. .Beamish has returned
from BarristfttTg where on Tuesday he
appeared before the board of pardons and
made an argument for the pardon of Wal
lace Snow, of this city, convicted of hav
ing assisted In robbing Spencer's pay of
fice at Danmore.
Happenings or a Day That Vill Interest Hyde
ST. DAVID'S DAY ENTERTAIN WENT
It Will Be Held This Evening at the
Tabernacle Congregational Church.
Death of David Jenkins, of Keyser
Avenue Joseph Summerhill of
Bauer's Offered the Leadership of
a Band at Erie Interesting News
DELAWARE AND HUDSON WILLING.
Certain Conditions the Company Want
The following letter is self explana
tory: Joseph P. Philips, Esq.,
City Engineer, Scranton.
Dear sir I am in receipt of your letter
of the thirteenth instaut, to Mr. A. II.
Vandling, superintendent of mines, in le
gard to the proposed bridge forming an
extension of Linden street across Dela
ware, Lackawanna and Western and Del
aware and Hudson tracks to Swetland
street, and after referring the matter to
the management of this company, am
authorized to state that this company is
not opposed to the proposed improvement,
providing that the uecersary height, 21
teet or over, is guaranteed in all cases.
Of course no llnal decision can bo reached
until finished plans of the proposed struc
ture have been submitted for approval,
but. in a general way, we would require
the full road bod of the track leading to
the new Scranton depot, and the roadbed
of our main line to he bridged by one sin
gle span in t-acb case. It has been sug
gested in connection with this work that
n pier might be placed on the division line
between the Delaware, Lackawanna and
Western Diamond branch and tho Delawa
wareand Hudson spur to the new station,
also one between tho uew depot tracks and
our main line, then just west of our right of
way along the Luckawanna river, thns
spanning the Delaware and Hudson prop
erty from the Delaware, Lackawanna and
Western to the westerly boundary line of
the main line with two clear spans of
about 100 feet each, which would be an
acononncal design for the structure con
templated, Yours trniv,
k II. Brown,
Albany, Iff, Y., Dee 19, L
THE NICHOLS WILL CASE.
Another Hearing Bfor i' .-. ,-:,r of
Wills Koshler YssUrday.
There was another hearing before
Register of Wills Koehler yesterday
with regard to the will of tho late
Sarah Nichols, of Clark's Summit.
Sirs. Nichols died, as was believed,
intestate, but some time after her death
James Nichols cited George P. Warner
to produce a will of Mrs. Nichols that
he alleges was in Warner's possession.
Mr. Warner when on the stand yes
terday testified that he never hud the
will of Sarah Nichols in liiH pnssnssinn
and had no knowledge that she had
ever made one.
The hearing was then continued to a
time to be agree 1 upon later by the
SUIT AGAINST A BONDSMAN.
County Wants Widiam H. Harris to Sot
tli as Jol Staokhouot's 9urlv.
County Solicitor II. A. Knapp yes
terday bsgan nnit against William II.
Harris to recover on a bail bond.
Mr. Harris became Rtiretv in the sum
of $100 that Joel Stacknouse would ap
pear at court to answer a chargs of
On Oct. 11 last the case was called
but Mr. Suckhouse failed to appear
und his bail wag forfeited.
Don't Worry Yourself
and don't worry the baby; avoid both un
pleasant conditions by giving the child
pure, digestible food. Don't uso solid
preparations. Nature intended Infants
should bo raised on milk. The Oail Borden
Eagle Condensed Milk is the safest solu
tion of tho problem.
Pabst Milwaukee lager beer on draught
and liockaway oysters fresh from the
shell at Joun Loiiuan'h,
219 Lackawanna avenue.
The West Sltls olnce of the Hcbynmm
TlUBUXE la located at t'Js BoUth Mam ave
nue, wharf subscriptions, advertisement
and communications will receive prompt
The annual St. David's day supper
mid entertainment of the Tabernacle
Congregational church will be held
this evening in the ohurob. These
:iffaiis given by the ladiel have always
been very successful. Elaborate prep
arations have been mads for this year's
rapper and au enj yable time will be
given those who attend. Among the
features will be tin address 00 "St.
David's Day," by Judge ElwarJs
ttusieal selections will be rendered by
Prof. D Protheroe, Richard Thomas,
"Llew Herbert." Mrs I J Lewis of
Providence, Miss Fannie Jones an 1
Mist Cora Storms, Mrs. D. B. Thomas
will prssids at tho piano.
Death of David Jenkins.
David Jenkins, of K.yser avenue,
died at an early hour yesterday morn
ing after i short illness with pneumo
nia. Mr. Jenkins was a member of
Panoka Tribe, N'o 140, Improved Order
of Red Men, and was seorstary of Ca
pouse Miners' Accidental Fund. He
tigured prominently in poUtiOJ in the
iwonty-tirst ward for a number of
years as a stauuon Republican and an
earnest worker in all campaign!, He
was held in high esteem by all of his
many acquaintances. Mr. Jenkins is
survived by hit widow and four child
ren. The funeral will take place on
Saturday at 8 o'clock.
To Lend a Band.
Joseph Snmmtrbill, the cornetter of
Baur's Band and Orchestra, n in re
oeipt of an i ft'er from EL 0 Hoicotube,
of Erie, Pa., to take charge of a band
it Massasssuger summer resort, oU
Lake Erie. Mr. Summerhill tilled a
similar engagement at thi famous
resort in the summers of lS'J I and 1S'.H
and gave great satisfaction. Tae band
will consist of twenty professional
musicians from Cleveland and Buffalo,
The oiler is yet under his considera
tion. Dsath of a Y ung Lair.
Miss Bridget O'Brien, agl .'1 years,
died at the residence of hr sister,
Mrs. Pacha, on Tuesday morning after
a brief illness of pneumonia. She
c;ime to this city two years ago atid
had since resided with her sister. She
was an earnest, Christian young wo
man and was a member of St. Patrick's
church. Th funeral will take place
this afternoou at 3 o'clock from the
home of Mr. and Mrs Pughe on Lu
zerne Btreet. Interment will be made
in Hyde Park Catholic cemetery.
Funeral of Mrs. Jitns.
The funeral of Mrs. J hu h. wife of
sx-f once omcer wniiaui James, ot
1109 Eynon street, a brief mention of
whose death, w iiea occurred at 12,80
o'clock yesterday morning, was m ide
in yesterday's issue of this pspjr, will
take place tomorrow afternoon. Mrs.
James was it worn in of estimable qual
ities and was much loved by ull who
knew her. She was a devout member
of the First Welsh Congregational
church. She is survived by h-jr hus
band and live children.
An Evening Social.
.1 rv .-i.i i - !r vv.ia fliaanpinl
given last evening at ths home of Mr
and Mrs. John Frank on Swetland
street. A large number of gu'.sts wer
present and games and other diversions
were indulged in up to a late hour.
Refreshment wera served at mid
Short Nexs Notes.
The funeral of the infant child of
Mr. and Mrs Hone.ll Harris, of South
Main avenue, will tak- place this after
noon at S o'clock Rv. EL J. Morris,
of Wilkes-Barre, and It v. J T. Morris,
of the Calvlnistio Methodist church,
iisllevu. Wilt officiate, Interment will
be made at Forest, Hill cemetery.
A child of George Mackreth, of
Tenth street, is criticilly ill.
Michael Maloney.of Sixtoenth street,
was committed to the ouuty jail for
thirty davs by Alderman Blair on
Tuesday for assaulting and threaten
ing members of his family,
The Twilight Social club will hnld
its seventh snnual ball i': Mears' hall
on March 'J'i
Alex MoTaggart, of the Taylor lino,
is on duty ugain afUr au illness.
UNITED STATtS COU7 ROOM.
It Will Bj Rsadv for Occupanoy Nxt
Workmen engaged yesterday in plac
ing the furniture in the United Stntos
Court room on the second floor of the
Federal bull ling.
The judge's chamber has beon car
psted and furnished, and the same is
true of the district nttorny's and
United States commissioner's offloes,
Commissioner Oolborn transferred his
effects to his now office.
Though considerable work is yet to
be done In the court room it will be
ready for the opening ot the United
Status circuit court next Monday.
EXCEPTIONS OT REPORTS,
City Solicitor Torrsy Think That thi
Vl' wsrs Errd
Exceptions wera filed yesterday by
City Solicitor James H. Torroy to the
reports of the viewers appointed to as
sess the dainsgo done to property by
the construction of the Fourth district
main and tho grading of Totith street
and Bromley nvonuo.
All three reports are attacked for a
variety of reasons.
BLUE GRAiS AT THE ACADEMY.
A Romantic Melodrama f MualInterest
to bs Her Nsxt Monday.
''Blue Grass," n romantic melodrama,
will be given n tine scenio production
at the Academy of Music on Monday
The Philadelphia North American
says: "With scenes laid in the most
picturesque regions of Kentucky, with
characters aptly representative of the
genuine residents of that country and
with B story of diroot purpose and con
siderable dramatic interest, the roman
tio play, "III ue Grass," presented at the
Chestnut Street theater last night, af
fords an entertainment of good quality.
The pieoe is not entirely uew in Phila
delphia, but it has been furnishol this
season with a fresh and appropriate
scenic outfit, and it is c ir dully and
plensautly interpreted by a company
or earnest auu caption) puiyers.
CERTIFICATES OF ELECTION.
Showiiitr the Vot Cast for Select and
Prothonotar Pryor brought to the
city clerk's olhVe yesterday the certifi
cates of election for the members of
select and common council wno were
chosen ut the recent election,
Following is the vote as shown for
select councilman: Wad M. Finn, 820;
JamSI J. Flynn, 498) W. S. Thomas,
ttor. ; W. C. Vetter, 894 ! M. E. Clark,
876; Patrick Golden. 17(1; F. J. Durr,
810 j E.J, Walsh, 885; C. F. Wagner,
187; J. J. Munley, 848; J. F. Kearney,
818; P. F. MoCann. :(03 : G. F. Kellow,
888; William Kellow, JUG; .Michael
Burns, 181; John Cawlsy, 148; A. T.
Council, mil; Thomas MoUrail, 801.
The vote for Common council was as
follows: Simon Thomas, 80S; W. H.
Roe, 873; John E. Regan, 880; M.J.
Roane, 189; F. s Godfrey, 809; M.
Bohwartikopf, 179; Charles Weniel,
184; Morgan Sweeney, 231 : II. W.
Coyle, 838; P J. Nulls 888; H. L.
Krigbanm, 889; C E Sclnidt, 800; J.
V Browning, 880; James F. Noon,
177; B, M Williams, U'J; M V. Mor
ris, 171 ; A. L. Francois, 45!); Dauiel
Rattle, JUII; P. J. Rickey, tilt); August
NO FOOTSTtPS BACKWARD.
Sohool Controller Wormstr'e Views on a
A very interesting discussion oc
curred in the Mnnioipal building yes
terday because of n rumor that was in
circulation to the elfect that there was
a tiotcibilitv of the sctiool district of
the city going back into the old ruts
that were operate 1 before the districts
Mr Wormssr, who is perhaps as well
versed in sctiool matters au any other
insu in the city, said: "There IS no
possibility of any such contingency.
The city is not operating under any
statute that has been enacted. There
may be a possibility of making the dis
trict elect six controllers at large, but
this would be unwise. I ho board
might possibly consist of partisans
and the result would be most damag
lng. The district should nave repre
sentatives from each ward who would
be responsible to their constituents
Any other system would be unsatis
THE STRUGGLE OF LIFE.
A Good Scenic Melo-Drama Preuentsd in
Excellsnt Style at the Aeidamy.
The audience that was at the Acad
emv of Music last evening, while not
very large, was treated to an excellent
production of a good melo-diauia
"The Struggle of Life. I iio scenic
effects were first-class and served to
maintain mucti interest in the produc
tion. There were several cool actors in the
cast, particularly William Stafford,
Linealn A. Wagenhals, Frederick Sa
ville, Miss II i.se Stahl and Miss Mabel
Florence. The outer members of the
company were fairly go-id.
"The Struggle of Life" will lie re
peated at the Academy of Music to
night. Persons who care for the melo
drama will euj y this play.
ANOTHER AGENT ARRESTED.
Frank Gramb) Enters lloil for His Ap
pearance at Court,
Frank Grrambo, of the South Side,
agent of the Ainericin Brewing com
pany of New York, yesterday entered
bail before AMermau Wri.'ht to an
swer a charge of having violated the
liquor laws, The charge was pre
terred by the Brewers' association of
this county. Charles Falkowsky be
cauij Mr. Grainbo's security in the
sum of 800,
Warrants have also been issued for
John Neary, driver for the Koehler
Browing company of Now York, and
John Ford, an agent.
PROF. ALBERT BOLLEK'S LECTURE.
He Will Spsak on the World's Fair
Nsxt Monday Evening;.
Professor Albert Hollar, who will
lecture on "The World's Fair," at the
Young Mou's Christiau Association
hall for the benefit of the Young
Women's Christiau association nest
Monday evening, is a member of the
faculty of the famous University of
Mr. Boiler has a well earned repnta
tion as a lecturer, and it is anticipated
that this will bj ono of the most euter
taining lectures ever given here.
NEW VORK PEOPLE WEDDED.
Came to This City and Hid Riv. Dr.
Fearce Tie the Knot.
H. E Armstrong, ofPlainflsld, N. Y
and Mry Arnold, of Winfleld, N., Y
were in the city yesterday.
They interviewed Clerk of the Courts
1 homas and secure I a marriage Iicoisd
and then proceeded to tile residence of
Rev. Dr. Pearce, pastor of tho Elm
Park church, where they were m ide
ru in anil wife. Il ith bride and groom
have passed the first fl ish of youth.
TO ARRANGE FOR SPRING MEETING.
Eastern Pennsylvania Trotting Clroult
to Meet Next Tuesday.
The Eastern Pennsylvania Trotting
circuit, composed of Reading, I' .its-
town, Allenlown, lluthloheiu, Wilkes
Barre and Scranton, will meet in Al-
lentown next Tuesday to arrange tho
spring and fall meetings.
The purees fnr the two evonts will
aggregate (85, 000,
"That Lord BronsoO who married Jenny
Simpson was nn awiiu DOOr. lie was mui
rieil actually in a business suit."
"Well, why Dot? The wedding was a
pure matter ol business so far as ho was
GMotWO Inh'r Ooean,
'-No, I haven't th) faintest idon of her
"I thought you had bnou friends since
"That's just why I am so mirtertiiiu
ion see, ten years ago she was 18."
The troublo with people being religious
is that they are too conceited to imagine
they have any Hung to repent or.
Music Boxes Exclusively.
llestmade. I 'lay any desired number of
luues. uantOCni nous., niauutactureis,
lCiliii liesti.ut, Htieiit, I'liiliulrli.liia. Won
derful urrheatrial organs, only W and 10,
Specialty: Old music boxes carefully re
T.fimvl und nnon.ved w in new In. ma.
DE ('. Q Lai-uapii, dentist, (Ms
Wnter eiiniTiA.iv lni.lili.it tVr.uiil.iif
J .'y ....
nue. Latest improvements. Eight yours i
i m iot: sells furniture this afternoon on
Penu avenue, next door to Windsor Hotel
MuHiudk's new Turkish bath. Every
thiug new. 5UU Hpruce street, opposite
NOTES OF SOUTH I
Happiuiugs of a Day Tha! Will Inlerost
blauy Tribune Readers.
WORKING ON THE NEW SEWERS
D. J. Healy and Corps Taking Levels
and Measurements -Prompt Action
of tho Board of Trade It Will Save
Much Future Embarrassment The
Ball That Entered Rentschler's
Face Has Not Boon Discovered.
Levelman 1) J. lloaly, with his corps
of assistants, was oil the South bide
yesterday taking measurements und
levels preparatory to making a plan
and profile of the contemplated uewer
The South Side boird of trade acted
wisely in this matter. Their attention
being c tiled through these columns to
the serious plight they would be in if a
separate district should be created in
the Eleventh ward, they set to
work to overcome the objections.
rbo Klfcvetith ward people urn de
termined to build a sewer aud if their
neigh bors on the west do not come to
their way of thinking they propose to
go on without them. This means a
great expense to Twelfth and Nine
teenth want residents at some inline
time, owing to the great length of
dead territory through which the sewer
will have to pats, which expense will
have to be borne by the district em
bracing those wards.
This portion of the city so progress
ive in other respects is behind the age
in this matter. Peyple have been tim
id lest the expense Incurred would be
ruinous to th. in. There is always time
to retreat and tho people of the district
can rely on Mayor Oooncll sufficiently
i) that no burdensome legislation will
he enncted He owes that much to the
Twelfth and Nineteenth wards. He
can be trusted to do what is right by
The Bullet Not Discovered.
Dr. O'Brien ami Dr. King attended
the young man Rentaobler who w is
accidentally siiol on Tuesday, but the
whereabouts of the bullet that entered
his face, has not been discovered, not
withstanding the fact taat the probe
has been freely used.
Dr. King informed a Titinr.vK re
porter yesterday that the wound would
require a mouth in healing. Asked us
to whether the wound is serious, he re
plied that possibly an abscess might be
formed, owing to the nature of the
wound, iii which event it might prove
P. J. Messitt, of the St. John's Cath
olic Total Abstinence society, will oe a
candidal- for secretary at the diocesan
convention to be held in May. Mr.
Messitt is a very popular young man, a
thorough abstainer and would accepta
bly meet all the reiuireuietits.
The funeral of Mrs Fred Hamm will
take place this morning Interment
wdl be in Petersburg Calhohc ceme
tery. E. F. Blewitt was electioneering on
the South Side yesterday.
The engagement of Miss Rose Hol
riegei to Henry J Sunday is announced.
Miss Helriegel la daughter or Mr. and
Mrs t). L Helriegel, of Ceiar avenue,
and is a talented and accomplished
young lady. Mr Sunday is one of the
reliable inotormeu employed by tho
Scranton Traction company.
SEWAGE COMPANY AT OLYPHANT.
Charter Granted and Borough Council
Qivts Very Desirable Concessions.
Tha State department at Harrisburg
on Tues lay granted a charter to the
i hy pliant he wage and Drainage com
pany, and at the meeting of the Uly
phant borougu council the company
was given permission to construct and
maintain sewers within the limits of
The members of the company are as
follows: W. W. Patterson, president;
William Mahou, treasurer; John F.
CummingS, secretary; T. Frank Jor
dan, William J. Bcbubmsbl, James J.
CummingS, M. J. Laviu and C. P.
HARRIS sells furniture this afternoon.
Penn avenue. ee
Best patent flour $4 '20
feed, meal or corn l.uo
81 lbs trannlated sugar l.uo
Stower's hams 18
stower's bacon 11
Hood butter 80
Fresh creamery batter 8s
(iilt-etlge dairy butter U
4 cans peas 2."
1 can best com la
4 cans good corn 25
6 quarts green peas 25
i quarts medium beans 2a
Fresh eggs . . 2(1
J.iseiiii A. Mkaiis,
lilt South jMniu avenue, Hcranton,
i Anhensnr Ilusca Beor.
Louis Lobman's, ik. Bprnce-ai,
A new bicycle worth 175 will 1 sold for
(85. Tho machine is guaranteed nud is n
rare bargain. Machine may be seen at the
If you want the later styles and finish
in photography, you can get it at Qrlffln's,
Wyoming avenue. We are introducing
now novelties constantly.
Beadleston ft Wonrs's and Ballantlno'x
Ales are the best. E.J. Walsu, agent, 3
205 Lackawanna Ave.
MARCH 1, 1894.
Your choice of Hutu Loiiuliful
plol inch, "Telephone G irl," "1H
liverinfl Chrlstuiai Preients''
und "Maidens Swinging." Bend
by until or nicssi-iicr or biinjr
coupons like i ins ii three dillcr-
enl dites, with to cents, stamps
or coin, to
Cor. Penn Ave. and Spruce St
Progressive Euchre Prizes .
Tall Flower Vases,
P B P L
R A I A
I N A A
N Q N M
C U 0 P
Do You Want Clothes for Almost Nothing?
Do You Want Clothes for Almost Nothing?
Do You Want Clothes for Almost Nothing?
Do You Want Clothes for Almost Nothing?
Do You Want Clothes for Almost Nothing?
Do You Want Clothes for Almost Nothing?
Do You Want Cloth 3s for Almost Nothing?
pRlCKS on brand-new Suits and Over
coats in our windows will convince
you that we are about giving them away.
. '-.. -pe
Wire lamp Frames for Covering.
WEICHEL & MILLAR
116 Wyoming Avenue.
HOW LIKE A
MAN HE FEELS
r AST YJ-'.Al; be had wived $300.
Ho boughl it house worth $1850
paid $300 down, ' gave a mort
gage for $1, 550. Today he est i
mates ;is follows:
interest .m mortgage. .
Taxes and repairs
,. -.ii M IK CO
Met saving on rent jilm n
Kayi'.i on salary USO no
To apply on mortgage Ji70 jtl
REFLECTION "In MM It ...irs Unit
house will be free from debt uml I shall
liiiv. In. nn-of my own."
6RBBN RIDGE is tin. paradise for
homes, Finn A sons have recently fin
ished ii beautiful villa, tvhleh they offer,
on eitsy payments, al is.-,o
Rail ni their office, between Washington
mui Adams mi Olive street.
EZRA FINN & SONS.
S The UENUjNE New B
1" PIANOS I
I ESTAB. I860.
g Haw York ware rooms, No. S
g mi Fifth avenne, S
a E, C. R1CKER & CO,,
gg Bole dealers In this section I
j Office Its Adams avenno, S
The (i real Marvel of Dental Science
V recent discovery and (he sole
Henwood k Wardell,
31G Lackawanna Ave.
WHAT J,G, 8EAM0N88AYS ABOUT
DR8 III NWOOD viti.i i i
Altar having eleven leeth extracted nt
one sitting by the painless method, I im
nonaee it entirely satlsraqtorv in every
particular. ,j. f si amons
i! vj) m elJ
HOLT SPRUCE ST.
Martin & Delany
Coal Exchange, Wyoming Avenue.
THE COLUMBUS II HOUSE
Is tho most popular musical establishment in Northeastern Penn
sylvania The highest grade of Pianos and Organs. The
lowest prices obtainable anywhere and the most liberal
terms ever offered to purchasers are some of the
leading inducements. Look at tho list
Vosc & Sons ' Pianos,
Popular Pease Pianos.
THE WORLD RENOWNED
Story & Clafk Organs,
Chicago Cottage Organs,
And all kinds "f Musical Merchandlsi
coustttntly on bantl.
Tli Ifoliilnys aro hr-ro, and this is the place to buy Pianos for a CbristmM
Present. Prices aro lower thnn tiny other music stor-i in Scranton. Special
Attention Remember always when you start out to search for a Piano or Or
Kan that Christopher Columbus points with bis tight hand to tbe exact plaoa
you want to K"- Nowhere it is:
205 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
J. W. Guernsey, Prop.
QPRING . . .
O Styles of
Best quality and
220 Lacka. Avenua.
Special for This Com
Men's Cork Sole Lace Shoes,
Goodyear Welt, $4 grade, J") r A
to be Q-.OV
Men's Corlc Sole T.aoo Shoes,
band-sewedwelt,$5 grade, to (JO fio
Ladies' Dongola, Kid Button,
Patented Tip, Goodyear
Welt, Common seusu last.all OA
f I.."h) grade, to be 0-'CV
Ladies' Kino Kid Button, cork
soles, hand tarn, Common
Sense lai t, only a few pairs Q' OK
of tbem, 3 grade, to ud... 0 J
Ladies' Dull Dongola Bui ton,
double soles, Common Benss J") "
only, 4 tjr.itlii closed out at 1 J
Misses' Straight Goat Button,
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